150 years after Ira Aldridge’s death, the need for a colour-blind stage is as vital as ever Britain's first black Shakespearean actor faced prejudice – but won over the public with his talent and passion for human rights.
So far, it looks like general relativity will preserve its perfect record.
A look at all the different ways a star can die—from neutron star collisions to ordinary supernovae, and everything in between. http://futurism.com/images/the-futurism-guide-to-cosmic-explosions-infographic/?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Futurism&utm_content=The%20Futurism%20Guide%20To%20Cosmic%20Explosions%20%5BINFOGRAPHIC%5D
Feeling the mobility gap, Sunu Band to help blind and visually impaired
Physicists Have Captured the First Spectral Fingerprints of Antimatter
Physics has a dizzying array of subdisciplines. This short video breaks it down.
The sun's core rotates nearly four times faster than the sun's surface, according to new findings by an international team of astronomers. Scientists had assumed the core was rotating like a merry-go-round at about the same speed as the surfa